When we're back, Chuck and Sarah head downstairs and quickly get a nanochip signal. Chuck thinks the bottle's outside, so Sarah tells him to get the wine; she'll get Casey. Morgan calls in to check on the sub-mission, but Chuck says he's sort of busy chasing a bottle of wine. Which he promptly loses outside, because there are so many bottles, which somehow weakens the signal (?). I don't know. Don't apply logic to it. He tells Morgan, who looks up the wine, an '86 Chateau Le Franc, which is a peppery pinot with a stable on the label and stork on the cork. Chuck continues to talk into his watch in full view of everyone at the event as he looks around frantically. He doesn't stick out at all at this mellow, classy gathering.
Sarah calls to tell Casey she's outside the cellar door, and he tells her it's crawling with French bad guys. So she breaks her heel, and stumbles into the cellar pretending to be drunk. Lucky for her, the guys totally buy it and think she's hot, so they walk closer and closer to help with her broken heel problem. Then she kicks them both in the face. Awesome. When some other guys shoot at her, Casey jumps out and shoots them. Then he makes another remark about how much he hates this country. Chuck finds the bottle of wine he's looking for, but it's completely empty. He looks around at the people holding glasses of it and starts to talk with them about the wine: peppery, a fine vintage, well-structured, lots of tannins. Sarah calls him and asks if he has the bottle and he starts talking into his watch RIGHT IN FRONT OF THE PEOPLE HE'S BEEN TALKING TO. The signal starts up and he finds the specific glass with the nanochip in it. He tries to get it back from the guy by telling him it's a different wine. The guy's not buying it and has been waiting twenty years to drink this wine. He's not giving it up lightly. So Chuck tells him there's something in his wine; the guy's still not buying it and tells Chuck he wouldn't know the difference between it and a glass of Two-Buck Chuck. Chuck tells him he happens to like the value of Two-Buck Chuck, and then he tells the guy he's "danger" [sic] close to becoming a walking cliché.